Monday, June 30, 2008

Aaron Austin

aka: Aaron Fiero, Aaron Archer, Chip (HUNK #17)

Aaron Austin (24 of April of 1971 -) Also known as Aaron Fiero,
Aaron Austin is a muscular pornographic actor American bisexual stud
is a bisexual who has acted mainly in pornographic films gay
but also in some bisexual films.

he's given some terrific performances -- even going so far
as to give up his "virgin" hole to Phil Bradley in
Jerry Douglas's JOCK - A - HOLICS.
Buff but not over-pumped, good-looking to say the least,
and blessed with an absolutely great cock,
he's one porn star we feel no shame in gawking at.

In some of films in which it appears, only masturba, but in another taking divides in sexual acts annals playing the assets roll. In it films Jock-A-Holics of year 1993 played the role of liabilities with Phil Bradley and Eric Houston. Its more recent appearance in films pornographic was in Trade Jack Single presented by Sports & Recreation Video, in the 2000, a collection of scenes of men masturbando itself.

Besides its filmic credits, Aaron Austin appears in the list of Internet Movie Database (IMDB) like an electrician for the film Cherry Crush produced in 2006 and like member of the department of sound for the film Who's Your Daddy? (Who is your papi).

In the 2005, it worked like personal trainer in Palm Springs, California of “Eric Weaver”, for Personal GET-IT Fitness Training, that it founded.

He was a big star throughout the 1990s, with a defined body and a fat cut cock. He also got beefier as the decade wore on. He usually topped and was supposedly str8 - he married and has kids. He celebrates his birthday on April 24 and is pictured above in action with Karl Thomas. Outside of porn he went into the Personal Training business, running a company in Palm Springs.


Aaron Austin: A Day in the Life, 1993
Advanced Male Masturbation Techniques, 1996
Anal X-Tremes, 1996
Assume The Position, 1998
Auditions 2: Austin the Afflictor
Basic Plumbing, Falcon Video Pac 86, 1993
Bike Bang, 1994
Bi-Athelon, 1993 (bisexual)
Bi-Witched, 1994 (bisexual)
Bondage in Oil Tagteam Takedown, 1995
Buffed & Sucked, 1998
Choose Me, Mustang Video Pac 17, 1992
Cody Exposed, 1993
Dax, 1996
Desert Oasis, Jocks Video Pac 59, 1993
Dirk Yates Private Collection15 Volume 60
Dirty Boys
Erotic Confessions
Facial Cumshot Spectacular, 1997
Fast Moves, 1994
Glory Holes 29—Macho Meat Men
Guys Who Crave Big Cocks, 1998
Hammer It Home, 1997
Hand Solo, 1999
Hands On, Mustang Video Pac 31, 1994
Heads or Tails, Mustang Video Pac 19 1992
Hidden Agenda, 1993
Hog Tool
Hometown Boys, 1997
Hot Properties, 1995
Hung Up, 1994
Idol In The Sky, 1996
Indecent Proposition, 1993
Inside Karl Thomas, 1994
The Insiders, 1995
Into the Night, 1992
Iron Stallions, 1992
Jock Off J/O, 1995
Jock Trade Solos, 2000
Jock-A-Holics, 1993
The Journey, 1995
Junior Varsity, 1993
Limited Entry, 1995
The Look of a Man, Mustang Video Pac 33, 1994
Male Tales: The Interactive Game, 1998
Mark Andrews & Friends
Masquerade, 1995
Memories of Summer, 1992
Mentor, 1995
Muscle Men No. 1, 1994
Nut Nectar, 1998
Obsessively Compulsive, 1993
Older & Bolder, 1997
One Track Mind, 1995
On the Rise, 1993
Original Sin, 1995
The Paper Boy, 1992
Playing To Win, 1996
Poolside Passions
Pumping Iron Men
Raging Big and Hard, 1996
Rim Jobs, 1998
Risky Sex
Safe Sex—A Gay Man's Guide, 1994
San Francisco Bed & Breakfast, 1994
Sex Wrestling 1, 1996
Single White Male, 1992
Skin Tight, 1993
Skin Tight, Mustang Video Pac 23, 1993
Slaves for Hire
Smells Like a Man, 1992
Solid Flesh, 1993
The Sperminator, 1993
Splash Tops, Mack Studio Video Pac 3, 1992
Spring Fever, 1994
SteelAway, 1996
Sticky Gloves
Stop or I'll Shoot, 1994
Sunsex Blvd., 1993
Switch Hitters 7, 1994 (bisexual)
Take it Like a Man, 1994
Three Faces of Pain, 1994
Twin Exposure, 1994
Tyler Scott—Day of Decadence, 1994
Uncensored: All Male Sex, 1998
Virtual Vanity, 2002 (bisexual)
XXX Muscle Men, 1998

sources: IMBD, alsgaypornstar,
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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Brett sorensen Pictures



The word "tattoo" is a borrowing of the Samoan word tatau, meaning to mark or strike twice (the latter referring to traditional methods of applying the designs).
"Samoan= the Polynesian language of the Samoans
Polynesian= the islands of the central & S Pacific including Hawaii, the Line, Phoenix, Tonga, Cook, & Samoa islands, Tuvalu, Easter Island, French Polynesia, & often New Zealand"

Pronunciation: \ta-ˈtü\ Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Tahitian tatau, noun, tattoo [Date: 1769]
1 : to mark or color (the skin) with tattoos
2 : to mark the skin with (a tattoo)
based on Merriem Webster

The first syllable "ta", meaning "hand", is repeated twice as an onomatopoeic reference to the repetitive nature of the action, and the final syllable "U" translates to "color". The instrument used to pierce the skin in Polynesian tattooing is called a hahau, the syllable "ha" meaning to "strike or pierce".

The OED gives the etymology of tattoo as "In 18th c. tattaow, tattow.
From Polynesian (Tahitian, Samoan, Tongan, etc.) tatau. In Marquesan, tatu." The first closest known usage of the word in English was recorded in the diary of Captain James Cook in 1769 during his voyage to the Marquesas Islands.

The text reads, “...they print signs on people’s body and call this tattaw”,

referring to the Polynesian customs.
Sailors on the voyage later introduced
both the word and reintroduced the concept of tattooing to Europe.


In Japanese the most common word used for traditional designs is, "Horimono".
The traditional Japanese hand method is called, "Tebori".

The word, "Irezumi," simply means, "insertion of ink," and could mean tattoos using Tebori, or Western style machine, (Or for that matter, any method of tattoing using insertion of ink).
Japanese may use the word, "Tattoo," to mean non-Japanese styles.

Tattoo enthusiasts may refer to tattoos as, "Tats," "Ink," "Art," or, "Work,"
and to tattooists as, "Artists". The latter usage is gaining greater support,
with mainstream art galleries holding exhibitions of both traditional and custom tattoo designs. Copyrighted tattoo designs that are mass-produced and sold to tattoo artists are known as flash, a notable instance of industrial design. Flash sheets are prominently displayed in many tattoo parlors for the purpose of providing both inspiration and ready-made tattoo images to customers.

Attention after the finishing tattoo
Taking care of a new tattoo can prevent health problems and protect the quality of the image. Most artists give clients a pamphlet that explains all the necessary procedures. Customers generally receive instructions to:

1.Remove the bandage one to two hours after completion.
2.Wash gently with cool or lukewarm water, using a mild antibacterial soap.
3.Pat dry. (Don't rub!)
4.Apply very thin coats of antibacterial ointment and work into the skin. Too much ointment can pull color out of the tattoo.
5.Avoid soaking the tattoo in water or letting the shower pound directly on it.
6.Avoid the sun, sea and swimming pool until healed.
7.Refrain from picking at scabs. They will fall off as the tattoo heals, usually in one to three weeks.
8.Use ice packs if swelling or redness occurs.
9.Call a doctor if you have even the slightest signs of infection.

MY Friend tattooed 2 years ago,
he said after finished tattooing, he bring the bandage to sleep and take it off tommorrow morning.
and then he showered with warm water. use soap and rub the tattoo.
as the result, he gets the color of his tattoo become more grainy
so if you get tattoo, just pay attention on this case,
so you could get better colour.

let's watch how he get tattooed:

Internet Tattoo design:

and here is the website where you can put
your own pictureand get rank here.
& get more information
all about tattoo link here

Barbie Song

"Barbie Girl" is a song in the bubblegum pop genre by the Dano-Norwegian dance-pop group Aqua, who released it in 1997 as their third single overall, and the first UK release. this song was very popular in the whole world.

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

This is Armand Van Helden

I like this song by one of the very fantastic DJ
Armand Van Helden, hope u enjoy

Tuesday, June 24, 2008


Most male condoms are made of latex. Those made of lambskin may offer less protection against some STDs, including HIV, so use of latex condoms is recommended. For people who may have an allergic skin reaction to latex, both male and female condoms made of polyurethane are available.

When properly used, latex and polyurethane condoms are effective against most STDs. Condoms do not protect against infections spread from sores on the skin not covered by a condom (such as the base of the penis or scrotum). For those having sex, condoms must always be used to protect against STDs even when using another method of birth control.

history of condom
Whether condoms were used in ancient civilizations is debated by archaeologists and historians. In ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, pregnancy prevention was generally seen as a woman's responsibility, and the only well-documented contraception methods were female-controlled devices. In Asia prior to the fifteenth century, some use of glans condoms (devices covering only the head of the penis) is recorded. Condoms seem to have been used for birth control, and to have been known only by members of the upper classes. In China, glans condoms may have been made of oiled silk paper, or of lamb intestines. In Japan, they were made of tortoise shell or animal horn.

In 16th century Italy, Gabriele Falloppio wrote a treatise on syphilis. The earliest documented strain of syphilis, first appearing in a 1490s outbreak, caused severe symptoms and often death within a few months of contracting the disease. Fallopio's treatise is the earliest uncontested description of condom use: it describes linen sheaths soaked in a chemical solution and allowed to dry before use. The cloths he described were sized to cover the glans of the penis, and were held on with a ribbon. Fallopio claimed that an experimental trial of the linen sheath demonstrated protection against syphilis.

After this, the use of penis coverings to protect from disease is described in a wide variety of literature throughout Europe. The first indication that these devices were used for birth control, rather than disease prevention, is the 1605 theological publication De iustitia et iure (On justice and law) by Catholic theologian Leonardus Lessius, who condemned them as immoral. In 1666, the English Birth Rate Commission attributed a recent downward fertility rate to use of "condons", the first documented use of that word (or any similar spelling).

A condom made from animal intestine circa 1900.In addition to linen, condoms during the Renaissance were made out of intestines and bladder. In the late 15th century, Dutch traders introduced condoms made from "fine leather" to Japan. Unlike the horn condoms used previously, these leather condoms covered the entire penis.

From at least the 18th century, condom use was opposed in some legal, religious, and medical circles for essentially the same reasons that are given today: condoms reduce the likelihood of pregnancy, which some thought immoral or undesirable for the nation; they do not provide full protection against sexually transmitted infections, while belief in their protective powers was thought to encourage sexual promiscuity; and they are not used consistently due to inconvenience, expense, or loss of sensation.

Despite some opposition, the condom market grew rapidly. In the 18th century, condoms were available in a variety of qualities and sizes, made from either linen treated with chemicals, or "skin" (bladder or intestine softened by treatment with sulphur and lye). They were sold at pubs, barbershops, chemist shops, open-air markets, and at the theater throughout Europe and Russia. They later spread to America, although in every place there were generally used only by the middle and upper classes, due to both expense and lack of sexual education.

Great depression

In 1930 the Anglican Church's Lambeth Conference sanctioned the use of birth control by married couples. In 1931 the Federal Council of Churches in the U.S. issued a similar statement. The Roman Catholic Church responded by issuing the encyclical Casti Connubii affirming its opposition to all contraceptives, a stance it has never reversed.

In 1932, Margaret Sanger arranged for a shipment of diaphragms to be mailed from Japan to a sympathetic doctor in New York City. When U.S. customs confiscated the package as illegal contraceptive devices, Sanger helped file a lawsuit. In 1936, a federal appeals court ruled in United States v. One Package of Japanese Pessaries that the federal government could not interfere with doctors providing contraception to their patients. In 1938, over 300 birth control clinics opened in America, supplying reproductive care (including condoms) to poor women all over the country. Programs led by U.S. Surgeon General Thoman Parran included heavy promotion of condoms. These programs are credited with a steep drop in the U.S. STD rate by 1940.

Two of the few places where condoms became more restricted during this period were Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. Because of government concern about low birth rates, contraceptives were made illegal in Italy in the late 1920s. Although limited and highly controlled sales as disease preventatives were still allowed, there was a brisk black market trade in condoms as birth control.

In Germany, laws passed in 1933 mandated that condoms could only be sold in plain brown wrappers, and only at pharmacies. Despite these restrictions, when World War II began Germans were using 72 million condoms every year. The elimination of moral and legal barriers, and the introduction of condom programs by the U.S. government helped condom sales. However, these factors alone are not considered to explain the Great Depression's booming condom industry. In the U.S. alone, more than 1.5 million condoms were used every day during the Depression, at a cost of over $33 million per year (not adjusted for inflation).

One historian explains these statistics this way: "Condoms were cheaper than children." During the Depression was that condom lines by Schmid gained in popularity: that company still used the cement-dipping method of manufacture. Unlike the latex variety, these condoms could be safely used with oil-based lubricants. And while less comfortable, older-style rubber condoms could be reused and so were more economical, a valued feature in hard times.

More attention was brought to quality issues in the 1930s. In 1935, a biochemist tested 2000 condoms by filling each one with air and then water: he found that 60% of them leaked. The condom industry estimated that only 25% of condoms were tested for quality before packaging. The media attention led the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to classify condoms as a drug in 1937 and mandate that every condom be tested before packaging. Youngs Rubber Company was the first to institute quality testing of every condom they made, installing automatic testing equipment designed by Arthur Youngs (the owner's brother) in 1938. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act authorized the FDA to seize defective products; the first month the Act took effect in 1940, the FDA seized 864,000 condoms. While these actions improved the quality of condoms in the United States, American condom manufacturers continued to export their rejects for sale in foreign markets.


"Pronunciation: \ˈkän-dəm, ˈkən-, dialect -drəm\
Function: noun
Etymology: origin unknown
Date: circa 1706
1 : a sheath commonly of rubber worn over the penis (as to prevent conception or venereal infection during coitus)
2 : a device that is designed to be inserted into the vagina before coitus and that resembles in form and function the condom used by males" merriem webster

"a thin rubber sheath worn on the penis during sexual intercourse as a contraceptive or to protect against infection. — ORIGIN of unknown origin" Oxford dictionary

Etymological theories for the word "condom" abound. By the early 1700s, the invention and naming of the condom was attributed to an associate of England's King Charles II, and this explanation persisted for several centuries. However, the "Dr. Condom" or "Earl of Condom" described in these stories never existed, and condoms had been used for over one hundred years before King Charles II ascended to the throne.

A variety of Latin etymologies have been proposed, including condon (receptacle),[55] condamina (house), and cumdum (scabbard or case). It has also been speculated to be from the Italian word guantone, derived from guanto, meaning glove. William E. Kruck wrote an article in 1981 concluding that, "As for the word 'condom', I need state only that its origin remains completely unknown, and there ends this search for an etymology." Modern dictionaries may also list the etymology as "unknown".

Other terms are also commonly used to describe condoms. In North America condoms are also commonly known as prophylactics, or rubbers. In Britain they may be called French letters. Additionally, condoms may be referred to using the manufacturer's name.
condom net

Provides protection against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
Condoms have a slight tourniquet effect on the outer veins of the penis. This may be beneficial for men who have trouble keeping an erection.
The condom frequently prolongs a man's ejaculation.

A few men can not maintain an erection after putting on a condom.
The woman is not aware of warm fluid entering her body (important to some women, not to others).
Friction of the condom may reduce clitoral stimulation and reduce lubrication, making intercourse less enjoyable or even uncomfortable. (Lubricated condoms may reduce this problem.)
Intercourse may be less pleasurable since the man must withdraw his penis immediately after ejaculation.
Allergic reactions to latex condoms are rare, but they do occur. (Changing to condoms made of polyurethane or animal membranes may help.)

Important Tips
Make sure condoms are available and conveniently located. If no condoms are handy at the time of a sexual encounter, you may be tempted to have intercourse without one.
Carefully withdraw the penis immediately after ejaculation so that semen cannot leak out of the condom as the erection is lost.
Use each condom only once.
Do not carry condoms in your wallet for long periods of time. Replace them every once in a while. Friction from opening and closing your wallet, and from walking (if you carry your wallet in your pocket) can lead to tiny holes in the condom. Nevertheless, it is better to use a condom that has been in your wallet for a long time than to not use one at all.
Don't use a condom that is brittle, sticky, or discolored. These are signs of age, and old condoms are more likely to break.
If a condom package is damaged, don't use the condom because it also may be damaged.
Do not use a petroleum-based substance such as Vaseline as a lubricant. These substances break down latex, the material in some condoms.
If you feel a condom break during intercourse, stop immediately and put on a new one. Remember, ejaculation does not have to occur for a pregnancy to result (pre-ejaculatory fluids can contain active sperm), or for a disease to be transmitted.
If ejaculation occurs with a broken condom, insert a spermicidal foam or jelly to help reduce the risk of pregnancy or STD transmission. (Do NOT use nonoxynol-9.)
Store condoms in a cool, dry place away from sunlight and heat.

Chad connors in action

Chad Connors

as i remember, he was unlike recently,
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Carlos Ricci Souza

Caco Ricci is one of the hottest and most promising male models to
emerge from Brazil. he was born on March 23, 1978 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Since signing with the well-kown Ford Models,
Caco has shown off his modeling talents and
gorgeous good looks in such fashion trendy countries as Italy and Brazil.

Not just a pretty face,
Caco Ricci has intellegence and
ambition that is awe inspiring.

Caco is fluent in the Portuguese, Italian,
and English languages. Eventually,
Caco wants to fulfill his modeling career by
expanding his modeling career into the USA and North America.
Caco is interested in acting, soccer, free diving, and surfing

Christian Adams

Doug Zimmerman

Fitness and Phyique model, Christian Adams

aka: Doug Zimmerman
stats / info:
Nationality: U.S.A.
Residence: Florida
Birth date: April 1979
Astrological sign: Aries
Height: 5' 11" (180.3 cm)
Weight: 185 (83.9 kg)

Sharpshooter Studios: NAKED CAGE FIGHTERS

he was also appeared in MANIFEST MEN website.
The Muscle Men of Manifest - Galleries and Media. the video
as seen on this following picture:

all the motions are directed by Manifest Media = Vincent Marco,
that he's captured in the exotic style.
"Christian sits in his dimly lit room looking right into the camera with a look of unflappable confidence slightly turning his body to show off his arms and shoulder and 8 pack abs without seeming to purposely flex one fiber of his muscles. When he stands up naked the full impact of his physique is revealed with a bull’s-eye view of his torso and tree trunk legs.... A final sequence features a casual but revealing interview by Vin Marco of this new model Christian Adams. You’ll see a quietly confident and well-spoken Christian who reveals as much about his character as he does about his physique and how he maintains it."


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for photographic, he's involved in some gay studios such
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